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Serena unlikely to play Wimbledon warmup, says coach

Jun 07 2019

PARIS Serena Williams is likely to go into Wimbledon without playing a warm-up event because she is still injured, her coach Patrick Mouratoglou has told Reuters.

Wawrinka outslugs Tsitsipas in marathon 'battle of the backhands'

Jun 02 2019

PARIS Former champion Stan Wawrinka thumped 62 winners as he outlasted Stefanos Tsitsipas in a bruising five-hour "battle of the backhands" on Sunday to reach the French Open quarter-finals.

Konta first British woman into French Open quarters since 1983

Jun 02 2019

Johanna Konta proved that she had found her comfort zone on Roland Garros' red clay as she surged to a 6-2 6-4 win over Donna Vekic to become the first British woman to reach the quarter-finals of the French Open in 36 years.

Sharapova seeks redemption on Roland Garros clay

May 23 2018

PARIS When Maria Sharapova last played the French Open in 2015, she did so as defending champion.

Tennis: Give women more credit for top matches, says Konta

Sep 28 2017

WUHAN, China Female tennis players still do not receive the credit they deserve for putting on top-quality matches, according to British number one Johanna Konta.

$62,000 to train like Rafa, but are tennis academies worth it?

Jun 29 2017

LONDON Want to train like Serena Williams or Rafa Nadal? You now can, but it will come at a cost.

Serena still hitting balls, baby bump and all

Jun 03 2017

PARIS At six months pregnant, Serena Williams is refusing to let her baby bump get in the way of forehands or backhands -– she is still working out and playing tennis to retain her touch, her long-time coach told Reuters on Saturday.

'La Decima'? Ha! Nadal's number two was much tougher, says uncle Toni

May 31 2017

PARIS Rafael Nadal is chasing a historic 10th French Open title in Paris, but nothing will ever come close to trying to win his second.

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